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April 2018

Frances Rodriguez Pop-Up During Ogden After Hours

/// April 5, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

In conjunction with Ogden After Hours featuring the Jamaican Me Breakfast Club, Frances Rodriguez will be in the Library with a mini version of her in-store pop-up! Her work is hand-stitched and painted with love and makes a perfect Mother's Day Gift! The Center for Southern Craft & Design is presenting a month-long (March 29 - April 30) in-store pop-up featuring the work of Frances Rodriguez, who lives and works in New Orleans, Louisiana. The red clay earth and lightning bugs from her…

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Jazz Fest Pop-up with Tchoup Industries During Ogden After Hours

/// April 26, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

The Center for Southern Craft & Design and Ogden Museum Store are hosting a pop-up with local designers, Tchoup Industries, who will be selling a special Jazz Fest edition of their handcrafted bags during Ogden After Hours featuring music by Nolatet!

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May 2018

Bradley Bowers Pop-up in the Museum Store May 31 - June 2

/// May 31, 2018
|Recurring Event (See all)

An event every day that begins at 12:00am, repeating until June 2, 2018

The Center for Southern Craft & Design and Museum Store presents an in-store pop-up with Savannah College of Art and Design graduate, Bradley L Bowers. TechnoCraft is his studio brand that develops new and experimental concepts through art and design.  Bradley Bowers founded the brand in 2013 with one mission: "to transform ideas into objects that push the limits of what is and what can be."

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June 2018

Pop-up with El Guapo Bitters During Ogden After Hours

/// June 7, 2018 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Prohibition-era cocktail ingredients made by hand with love in New Orleans, Louisiana. El Guapo began commercial production in 2014. All ingredients are locally sourced and traceable to the farm level, or third-party certified organic. The entire line is non-GMO and vegetarian, too. Winners of two 2018 Good Food Awards; El Guapo products can be found behind upscale bars and restaurants across the U.S. and abroad, as well as on store shelves at fine independent retailers and national partners like Whole…

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January 2019

Pop-Up Opening Designs by Masue

/// January 2

New Orleans designer Caroline Masue Muneoka, fascinated with patterns in nature and fine art, uses natural linens and cottons to create one-of-a-kind pieces that capture the essence of nature’s design.

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March 2019

Pop-Up Opening Soot and Stain

/// March 1

A pyrographic artist, Mullen’s craft is wood burning, and hopes to burn things forever. Her brilliant work is available for purchase in the Museum Store this March. 

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April 2019

Pop-up Opening Lena Kolb

/// April 1

Lena Kolb is a self-taught artist living and working in New Orleans. Her work explores the relationships between color, texture and pattern in woven textiles. Kolb's textile work is available for purchase in the Museum Store through April 30. /// Image courtesy of Lena Kolb

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May 2019

Pop-Up Opening Jodie Masterman

/// May 1

Jodie Masterman earned her B.F.A. in ceramics from the Appalachian Center for Craft and her M.F.A. in ceramics from Louisiana State University. Currently, Jodie works in her studio alongside the Mississippi River in New Orleans, Louisiana. Her ceramic objects are rooted in personal reflection, each referring to an aspect of play, love, loss or reject, inherent in all familial relationships. Masterman's ceramic work is available for purchase in the Museum Store this May. /// Photo courtesy of Jodie Masterman

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July 2019

Pop-Up Opening Kami Galeana

/// July 1

"An Homage to Nimble Fingers" is a body of work that Kami Galeana created to acknowledge and honor centuries’ worth of embroidery produced by women from various places around the world. Galeana states, "Embroidery is one of the earliest art forms, but it rarely survives into modernity. As long as humans have been clothed, they have desired to adorn these garments with embellishments. In this sense, embroidery is a collective heritage, but this skill in many nations was relegated to women in some…

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